Get Water Heater Repair Service in Plano TX
All Masters offers water heater repair and water heater installation in Plano, including the surrounding DFW Metroplex. Most Plano residents don’t give much thought to water heater service until there is a plumbing emergency. We get it! Hot water is never truly appreciated until cold water is first experienced.
Our Plano plumbing service is here to help with any plumbing problem you encounter, and can respond fast for water heater replacement if you need hot water fast.
We Offer Complete Water Heater Service in Plano
Our team of licensed Plano plumbers are familiar with every type of water heater. This includes electric water heaters, gas water heaters, hybrid water heaters, and of course tankless water heaters as well. Whether you need a new water heater, or just need to fix your existing unit, we’re the team to call.
Electric Water Heater Installation & Repair in Plano
More Plano homeowners have electric water heaters than in the past, as ultra-efficient heat pump or hybrid water heaters have become popular. Our team can help fix hybrid and electric water heaters, as well as assist you with installation if you’re replacing an older unit. This can help save money on monthly energy bills, as heating water represents a large portion of your monthly utility bill.
Gas Water Heater Repair & Replacement in Plano
Gas-powered water heaters are of course still very common in Plano homes. A gas water heater has a few more components including a burner assembly and pilot light. We can help repair existing gas units whenever possible. Since the average water heater can last 10 years or more, some repairs make financial sense if water heater replacement isn’t yet required.
A leaking unit often results in emergency plumbing and always needs to be replaced. But if your hot water heater is in otherwise good working order, we’ll try to extend its life with expert water heater repair instead.
Tankless Water Heater Repair & Installation in Plano
Newer homes in Plano often come equipped with a tankless water heater. These gas and electric units help to supplement hot water to master bath showers and other bathrooms located further away from the main water heater’s location.
Tankless units are great, however, they need routine maintenance and also TLC when they break down. Our team is familiar with fixing tankless water heaters in Plano, and we service all the major brands.
Looking for More Hot Water? Go Tankless.
Augment your current hot water system by simply adding on-demand service, consider installing a tankless water heater. Your Plano home will still be powered by your main tank unit, however, this addition to your plumbing system can help supply more hot water when needed most.
Plano Water Heater Repair FAQ’s
Here are some of the most common questions we hear as a Plano plumber.
Can you fix a leaking water heater?
You cannot fix a leaking water heater if the leak is coming from the tank itself. You can fix a bad anode rod or thermocouple that might be the cause of the water leak.
A leaking water heater will show signs of corrosion on the exterior bottom of the tank, and signs of water damage will often be evident nearby. It’s common for a small leak to go undetected, but the leak will widen and eventually be impossible to ignore.
You might be wondering what exactly is going wrong inside the tank if you spot a leak. If you’re experiencing a lack of warm water, there’s likely a problem inside the heater.
Are there any symptoms to look for in a water heater reaching “end of life”?
Every water heater is different, but the average water heater will last 10-15 years. Some signs of a failing water heater include taking too long to reach desired temperatures, constant running, strange sounds such as popping or hissing, and the need for regular repairs.
To be fair, some of these signs don’t signal the need for water heater replacement, but they do require attention for maintenance or repair.
If you notice any of these signs, reach out to a licensed plumber.
Do I need to repair or replace my water heater?
This largely depends on the age of your unit and the severity of the problem. A leaking tank will always require new water heater installation, but a faulty thermostat or other component may just need repair.
In some cases, it makes sense to replace the tank entirely. Replacing the unit will often provide much better efficiency and performance. However, you’ll have to balance the price against the cost to repair your water heater if this is an option.
Call for Water Heater Service in Plano
Our Plano plumbers can help diagnose your water heater problem, and advise you on the best solution to restore hot water to your household.
While based in Arlington, we service Plano and the entire DFW region with quality plumbing services.
Call today to schedule water heater repair or new installation in Plano: 817-200-4703
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